In a recent issue of the Deerhaven Journal of Psychotherapeutic Effectiveness, Dr. C. Gramlich, a prominent local psychologist, identified three cases of a new cognitive disorder that he refers to as Bored-reader’s Syndrome, or BrS. BrS is a potentially non-fatal disorder that attacks the central nervous system, producing difficulties in concentration, loss of mental focus, and loose stools. Fortunately, Dr. Gramlich also published a simple cure for BrS in the same article. At 99 cents, it also happens to be the cheapest cure ever for a psychological dysfunction. Simply purchase and read “Harvest of War” by Charles Allen Gramlich (no relation). – Graham Charleston reporting, for the Deerhaven Extreme.
I don’t always read vampire stories.
But when I do, they’re from “Midnight in Rosary,”
By Charles Allen Gramlich!
I don't understand why you claim not to have a developed sense of humor. These last two posts are precious.
A nice job of humorous self-promotion! I got to laugh and today, that's good!
Yes, these posts are awesome, Charles!
Ha! Bored Reader Syndrome, not a problem for your readers by any stretch.
Clever, promising something that will stand out from the boredom!
Aloha from Honolulu
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Is relieving to know BRS is so easy to cure. And not FDA problems at all!
X. Dell, humor? Vas ist?
Sage, more fun than just putting up a straight ad.
Alex, I appreciate that!
David J., thankee, man.
Cloudia, Merely trying to serve my fellow humans.
Deka, yes, very fortunate on that. No liklihood of an epidemic.
I always enjoy your posts, Charles. And "Harvest of War" was a helluva read, sir. When are you coming back to BEAT to a PULP? It's been awhile.
Hehe..loose stools..you are really a doctor.
David Cranmer, my writing has been very hit or miss of late. I'm hoping to get some work done when Christmas break gets here.
Lisa, glad you enjoyed!
I sense an over-all good arc to this. Things have been going well I hope! Love the Vlady dady art. He definitely looks like the king one does not want to have.
Yes that is correct Harvest of War takes care of a weeks worth of dietary fiber!
eric1313, there are more coming in this arc.
Mark, I'll quote you on that. Thanks for the testimonial. :)
Very clever indeed!
I believe it's called bibliotherapy.
I'm glad you said it was non-fatal, because if you hadn't, I would have never picked up a book again. I also couldn't help but note that his last name is the same is yours, and that his first name starts with the same letter. That must be quite a thrill for you, what with having people think that you might be related to such a great man. Heck, if I didn't know better, I would think that great man was YOU, but when I Googled him, I found that out that his first name is Chester.
I agree with Dr. Gramlich, HARVEST of WAR is a sure cure for BrS!
Es ist sehr commish, herr Doktor.
Ron, I hereby rename it gramlichotherapy. :)
Snowbrush, Chester eh? Looks like I gots some killin' to do.
Bernard, you are wise as well as handsome.
X. Dell, I like being called Herr Doktor.
Well, in my own writing, "I've been buked and I've been scorned", but I hope I never gave anyone a case of shits. :)
Charles, I should be dead of that disease by now...
Nice one, Charles!
Funny stuff. :D
Hear hear haha ~ lovin' every minute of it ~!
well done, Herr Doktor Professor [as mein chermann teach referred to hisself, at uni]... a proud man, nein? ;)
Ivan, well anyone who gets a case of the shits can be cured by my work. :)
Jodi, you must be tough!
Don, thankee, man!
G. B. I'm venturing into your territory. :)
Erik, glad you enjoyed.
Laughingwolf, German just sounds cool. You gotta admit. :)
indeed, i agree... but it's just the guy was so full of himself... perhaps cuz he was also a "von"? ;)
Reading Charles Allen Gramlich in an easy chair beats sitting on a loose stool, methinks.
I loved "Harvest of War", and agree with the doctor's advice.
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